John Cassavetes’ Faces: The Authenticity of Discomfort | 2 Mar 2009 // 2:59 PM

The camera always gets too close in Cassavetes’ films. These aren’t close-ups; they are invasions of private space.


John Cassavetes at His Most Intense, Searching and Experimental | 3 Dec 2013 // 2:10 AM

Cassavetes' aesthetic, both in front of and behind the camera, was less Method immersion than mad (as in gleeful) exploration, skirting the emotional edge without tripping into or wallowing in cathartic excess.

'The John Cassavetes Collection: Shadows & Faces' | 7 Jun 2012 // 6:00 PM

His characters don'tt have the dramatic stylization of Hollywood films, but they respond to the stimuli given by John Cassavetes' unusual shooting style, which doesn't let the actors know whether they are on frame or not.

//Mixed media

Indie Horror Month 2015: 'Dark Echo'

// Moving Pixels

"Dark Echo drops you into a pitch back maze and then renders your core tools of navigation into something quite life threatening.

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